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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania IHISIAtfc fecYVa iN BrilEF Warmer FHdiy to ffrth Sfumplni Encour ages Nominee SAYS PEOPLE ARE WITH HIM and Nebraaka Safely lit Republican He In fteijl Touch With the TourTKrnUflh brafeka and Liar Man Who said He Said Dollar a pay Was am to be statement raada by William Taft sums up In a word what the candidate thinks of the ef fect Of his speechmaklng tour thus The belief is Taft ex on the manner of his recep tion In states thus far traversed In which there was reported to be defec nrnanc the Rehubllcan As nt ihe Uepubilcan 6wft and sfiouid this ptove ddub that wilt jret tnd elecfoirai Vote ot the Wwft and stftleS as to which the disaffection sup poed I have In real touch trith tha continued they tiave come to see me and hear me numbers far beyond my and flfhftt seems of even tnore import ahce they what 1 have had to say in that I could feel audiences to get In person with me bas Ussn warm And shows more than a pausing Greeted by Large Thirteen speeches made by the candidate in a swing around the south eastern of Nebraska and term noting at where two one for the benefit of the stock yards employes In South thf i other In the Throughout I the day the crowds were larger thah usual at short At Beatrice1 Table Hock and Nebraska Cltv the voice of the candidate was Inadequate to reach the limit of the At several of the stop Teft left his car from ft At poetically sta hnon bts arrivaljaud wjfJia V day taft fined h8 speeches to nlcftirtnt condi fiotis the last and contrAstlnn them nna Aorw durttast his days tn he dd not pay h8 respects f Brvan whenever he sooke On Occasions he delivered his labor Bpep and to be a He fho statement that he hfld ever declared that a dtty was ehouish tor any laboring rUaenea Denver The ehtlfe Tah itinerary for day IticlUded speeches at the follow places Bea FalU Au TabW Nebraska South Omaha and Omaha The Taft special left here shortly after 10 oclock for Denever by way of Chey He will reach Denver to Declaring Ff and sat PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles ii i t i We are showing a complete line of New Fall and Winter costumes and evening also a very fine line of Garments and Neck Fur Coats in Pony Persian Lamb and Hudson W FB EXTEND a cordial inyitation to the Ladies of Greenville to come and see our line 7O8 State Street that disinterested voter knows that contributions have ben used to secure mortgages upoli offl William Bryan Issued at Fair view a statement criticizing the adop tion by William his Republi can opponent for of Presi dent Roosevelts announced view on the subject of the publicity of cam palgn j says makes the charge that the president astounding charge that the voters are so liable to be misled that Friday and Saturday variable IS ON THE CARPE1 Roosevell Seeks Explandlion o GO DOWN TO DEATH CHAIRMAN ATTHE WHITE HOUSE Has Spectacu lar and Costly Blaze Tonngstdwn men were killed and eleven others were as the result of in the1 retail district The men believed in the flaming debris of the building by the Knox Five and Store In West Fed eral the understanding here Is thut his call upon the president was for the purpose of exchanging views with him regarding the conduct of the campaign In behalf of Secretary It was reported that the president hHd summoned Hitchcock for the purpose of requesting from him an ex planation of many criticisms which have recently come to the White House concerning the management of affairs both In New Yqrk and Charge Is Made That Republican Na tional committee la Not Working In Harmony With Cohgrewional Com mittee and That Old Party Wheel Are Given Courteous treatment When They Call at Head President Said to Have Summoned Hitchcock to 1 Washington Chairman Hitchcockof the Republican national committee Is In Washington today and assistant tain Charles and Fireman Ed Ward They Were plunged from the roof of the buildlhg wjth John Harrv Charles Captain David jharlea Toomey and David McOrew when the entire Interior In the attempted rescue Harry Wnlterfsmlth and Dennis Mtir t n6 88 tQO ftlDOUIltS u j t t QUEtirS DOtn in INGW I urtv UUQ sources of campaign contributions j pby were seriously injured Fire Chief but Loeb denied the portion must be kept from The Demo cratic nominee then adds Says Taft Has Made I Insist that thle Is an insult to the Intelligence of the voter and It doei of the aftt spread through thu credit to Tafts judgment ofj four floors to the The loss will the men to whom he Is making reach In nort caused more than destroy ing two buuintiBs buildings and damag1 ing twtf to the state game commission Indicate that there are many hunters In thd field for the opening of the pheasant and squirrel Cherry a miningvillage near Burgetta four business houses were infjIctlAg losses aggregate partially covered by Insurance Moul a was arrested charged with conspiring with William a barber on British steamer to smuggle goods Into this Mil an scalded and and Thomas were dangerously htirtby the explosion of the boiler on a COURTS ARE OPI SAYS FORAI Intlles His Political EMMtf WANTS JO FIBRIN THE WH Accused Senator Another rneht In Which He Willing to Face Hie Court of and Ethlee of Legal Support of Contention A the should be Invoked against him II has done any wrong Is the conclusion Loller was overcome by smoke and James who Joined In the also wae I The fire out In the basement Bryan says The people haye a right to form their own opinion as to the which are at They do not need a guardian to protect them from tha totalise of the knowjedge which they vmay acquire and they ought not to bo required to employ detectives to find out what the officials are doing after the Taft knows that a many matters come before exec where It Isdlffl A Jewelers The 1060 Virginia writes was so weak from If not Irnpof for the average voter to Investigate the The people have a right to know In advance of election whether those with special Interests are contrlbutlnesums larger than public patriotic mo tives and general Interest would ex for a candidate for governor is likely to hai e to pass upon railroadlegislation the people have a right toknow whether men largely In tereited In preventing railroad legis lation liberally to campaign If a man to an office In he w 11 have to pass upon antitrust legislation or trouble that I c6uld hardly walk a enforce it Is only right hundred Four bottles of Foleys tnat know by what Kidney Remedy cleared my complex cured my backache and the ir regularities and I can right the trust magnates are financing his And if a man Is a DeWltfs Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salve Is the best salve for Be sure you get Sold by A Home 53 Mercer Street The Gillespie property now owned by isioffered for sale at a property sold for above amount last year and is worth This is an excellent opportunity to get a fine home and all modern conveniences and centrally Make us an Offer GILLESPIE BUSINESS DIRECTORY TAILORING A TAILOR When To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not Debatable CITY RESTAURANT Of to all as H cured me islation It proper for tb the doctors and other remedies know whether he will be BO obligated to tne beneficiaries of a hl1i tariff as to be embarrassed when he attempts to protect the Chanter Stuyvesant Chanler was officially noti fied of his nomination for governor by the Democratic state The speech of notification wast by Alton Democratic nomi nee In In his speech of said that the people cannot rule so long as the ppwer and the patronage1 of the presidency are successfully exerted to control the de liberations of state and national con ventions and to dictate who shall be selected for the presidency and the The lieutenant governor said fur ther had too muuch excite ment and hysteria let us right wrongs and reform calmly and with out unnecessary It Is not neces sary to begin a reformation by creat ing a In an Indlrect allusion to the contro versy over the racetrack gambling question Chanler said I am a great believer In not essariiy interfering with the personal customs and pastimes of tho I favor all healthful recren lions which tend to develop snd strengthen the body or to the minds our ctizens and I declare that the line of reason able and neceBRary regulalldn bavins been reached or the more we endeavor to restrict liberty the less likely Shall we be to promote in any permanent way public to Be which the Democratic nntlonal committee set aside to prosecute Individuals or cor porations that endeavored tocoerce employes will be used against Evelnnd piosident of the Standaid i Roller Flqll Bearing company of Phil He is charged by the com mittee with pOHting a notice that a 10 per cent reduction of wages made last winter would be restored 28 pro vided IB elected BISHOP Tailoring In all Its Alter Pressing and Clean Corner Main and Mercer RESTAURANT SMITHS CAFE Best Things to Eat served In the best Is making a reputation for Try us pot a The place to eat at SULLIVANS Opposite Bessemer Solicits transient and local wellcooked M McCUM Plum corner alms to furnish the finest quality of and MILK DEPOT FURS FURS When you buy your mllfe of 21 North Mercer you get the best and OTOGBAPHER AKTiSTIC PHOTOGRAPHY Webers Canal All work finished on Artura the most exquisite of all photographic All the latest styles In uptodate cards and STABLES When you ride In a rig from McCLURES South Water are not aghamed of the horse or the Good service at all The old motto is Not the cheapest prices best goods at the lowest market Ourreputa tion for 2 Enuf CHRISTOPHE RAftBBR Miss Lonsdale Sorry Sho Ada Ixulse the New York actress who recently brought suit against Blalne son of Senator Stephen charging breach of now states that she did not want the suit find affidavit BO widely published was accord Ing to by In n letterto Dayton of Phil made public by State Senator Blue and William Ba attorneys for young SJlktns and hi Miss states that she to sorry that theMfe had come UP Iji I contrary to her wishes tltat ejie the the Toledo aeriallst who was hired to fly for the edification of seaqut cele brants has failed so far to go The strong wind lias interfered with the state treasury balance at the close of Sep tember business was This Is a decrease as compared Tijlth but explained by the heavy payments of school I Governor Hughes spoke here the Com mtttee employed a nonunion band to furnish music for the occaj Native musicians are consider1 p over of a statement United Before making suggestion he sums up the charges that hatje beeti and cusses briefly the legal ethics to j service for various The ment says In part The questions in this whole toat tor In which the public 18 concerned are Whether I was was never concealed or t The character of that M whether It had any relation tp tinfiv duties as aenatpr or Influenced me man with a federal so far than there was at the times I respectively resented If such mete are to bar employment mebber of can Hitchcocks coming to a sp quest from the There excellent authority for tho general statement that a number of complaints asxto the management of the campaign have reached the execu tive office and the understanding Is that though he has not requested the presence of the chairman1 of the na tional cpmrolttee President Roosevelt will welcome the opportunity to1 talk with him and to obtain from him such explanation of these criticisms as he may be able to So far as divulged the censure seems to point to the fact tljat the national committee has thin year failed toco operate BS completely with the con Eiressonal committee as in pnst rnd t is understood Mint some of the critftms hive come from Republican cnnddntei for of rUScoii Henna conduct the nstlona1 committee hendnuarters toward of prominence have also reiched the and while probably It Is not his purpose to inquire inlo the details of the office management of commttee affairs so Impressed the im parlance of absolute party harmony that he feels no matter can be too small for proper Girl Awful New horrible story of mistreatment after Khe had been spirted Away from her In was toll bv old Thorn when she was hv poicemen from n Pithy hovel in Knst New where she declare she hod been held prisoner for seven Rayfleld who oc tliP housee wiioie Iliei girl was and who N charged by the girl with having aidoi In keeping her n have bean Susso saw the police he tiirnet on the sent her to tho floor wllh a crushnK blow Jn face and made a Desperate attempt to es Boy Pirates Grand and Ied four confessed amateur lake who ten days ago robbed the Hargrave e o attorney in any caae and everyonft aiould immediately W No Such rule obtained and IB no jrejUHtal any snch rule fcbould at fully When a profesBlonal rendered and been paid ifl Ilfatlon eeaJw OB both AO lawyer IB bound by yj ents i When Wft8 44callber revolver and 800 cartridges Oil pompany called at the Hotel Walton and more knowledge or ptohaWHtx Ml to see Senator He was ar being He give nameas Charles or proceeded ttaintf in anddeclOTedr he meant no He was detained for further ex three hoursiflre raged on farm land near and the residents of the village had they do to pre vent the flames from reaching the homes of Wilson and Timothy Sparks from an engine started the fire in a clfrver npmi nations made by nomination papers this fall will not he certified to counties for two Under the exceptions can be entered to pa persujjiti next and Tonln For the time In twelve yean not one of the 23 government on the Ohio river between and Cincin nati was lighted last The low stage of the river that caused a com plete cessation of navigatidn between Plttsburg and Cincinnati led tp the age is dead from what physi cians declare to have been hydropho The manner in which he con tracted the disease is a He Bald he had no recollection of ever hav ing been bitten by a dog or to have received any Injury which might have resulted In the hies present at the sesqulcentennlal celebration are President and for mer Governor Lleuten ant Governor Robert Murphy and Maoi Geperal United States retired the latter having been of the n Bellaro plflnt of the Steel company dentroyed the supnh denartment involving a loss of Including the entire supply otpat terns dating bnclt for thrty years val ued at which will require a year to Two men were IP jured as follows Bel fireman De a but the couri held that he could not be accommodated because ho Is not divorced from his wllb is seeklner ndmlpson to this country but has been bnrred because of an op tical The court held If Kelier Is naturalized his wife could come Into this country despite her mal ady and denied Kellers He decided at once to secure a jriiuHi7 If I any against the fiw It proceed courW oVen they been severely jrer the people confidence and will accept and be their It there he bails for this wholesale ammtlon and attempted asgaMlnaMon of character let it take some open and fair form of procedure all Interested can fully H FARMER HLS LlflN WITH A Dying Father1 Attacks Union his sou Richard refused to give him money which he John Burk sixtysix years shot and Hill store of merchandise worth seriously wounded the young then loaded it into a stolen launch and started out for the Ctma dlan were captured jn Mlchip tcoten Inke by the Canadian and have been brought heie The stolen boat and drank carbolic acid and jumped from a window of his While father and son were being rushed to ahospi tal in an ambulance tfce old man sprang upon the wounded boy and at tempted to strangle He fell back part of the merchandise was recovi and died Just aa yie ambulance reached A storni Interrupted Vie Jourthe Young Burkhajut prob ney of the ably will Anson May Return to reportedthat Adrian pne of the moat not ed stars the diamond lias ever IB considering a proposition to man age one of the major league teams next lefuses to discuss the but hem opt denied that Setting It In your paper this you called uio o bunj I want an I shall be liappy 19 yqung That wora actor1 Inserted by tlio who tlipugbtl Uafl Hi New fullgrown African lion escaped the winter quarters pf CUB between this city and Bound and after having been by keepers all night was killed by pdward the lion Wiled two cows and tho was kept in en He became ing transferred from one cage The door of his cage Was dentally left unfa8tewid burst into a runway leading to Joining The rbroyght the keepers armed with any to The turned toward tjtie who precipitately and Nero the f ICeepers and farroers In but found no trace o the until when a farmer Isham foupd two of hie COWB calf killed on Ills farm near tan A little lator J3dwarj living between New BrunawJ Bound apled the Horn u with a doublebarreled with heavy slugs he animal and Wiled Cruleer Gladiator Ish cruiser on vagers have been at wosrh she was sunk April Wight by the liner The work of saly cost between Many MBMB ppjq the vessel qan never fee
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